Wayne State University
Close Relationships Laboratory
Laboratory Director: Richard B. Slatcher, Ph.D.
| 2018-19 WSU Close Relationships Lab|
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Welcome to the Wayne State University Close Relationships Laboratory.
The mission of the laboratory is to improve our understanding of close relationship processes and the links among relationships, well-being and health from a social psychological perspective. Our research focuses on romantic relationships as well as family relationships and friendships.
To learn about current research projects in the laboratory, please click on any of the links below or contact the Laboratory Director, Richard Slatcher.
**PLEASE NOTE: Dr. Slatcher and the Close Relationships Lab will be moving to the University of Georgia (Athens) as of August 2019.**